AIP releases 2021 Australasian Packaging Conference Program

The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has released its full program for the 2021 Australasian Packaging mini conference.

The event, which will be held virtually on 17 and 18 August, will see 28 speakers from companies such as Zero Co, Coles, Nestle, Lamana Premier Group, Simplot, Southern Fresh Foods, Brookfarm, Lovekins, Colgate-Palmolive, Telstra, Pana Organic and more, discuss their challenges and learnings through the packaging design journey.

This educational event will allow attendees the opportunity to be inspired by what other companies are already developing and attendees will walk away with new ideas and inspiration for their next packaging project.

The virtual event is also a good opportunity to hear from innovators in sustainable and save food packaging design, domestic and household, health, beauty and wellness, food, beverage and marketing.

The biennial event is also a spotlight to showcase best-practice and award-winning Packaging Designs that have been recognised by their peers through the Australasian Packaging Innovation & Design (PIDA) awards.

Having served the industry for over 28 years, this technical event also aims to bring together people from across multiple disciplines including packaging technologists, designers, engineers, sales, marketing, business development, procurement, sustainability and more, to better understand the technical side of packaging design.

The conference has also been designed for those that intend to watch sessions later.

Attendees can choose to:

  • Join live via Zoom software and interact – watch and interact with the sessions while they are happening.
  • Watch the live stream – watch a live video of the session.
  • Watch a recording of the session at a later time – as added value, if they are unable to join any of the sessions live until the end of December 2021.

All of industry is invited to attend and can register here.

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